Victoria is a Knowledge Management Lawyer in the International Arbitration team. She is responsible for the development of the knowledge management and training strategy within the International Arbitration Group. She is an experienced litigator with more than 15 years’ experience of national and international dispute resolutions and has represented clients across a wide range of industry sectors including energy, banking and financial services. She is experienced in the conduct of ad hoc arbitrations, arbitrations under the UNCITRAL Rules and has also conducted under the auspices of major arbitral institutions, including the ICC and LCIA.
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Articles and Video:
What Law Governs your Arbitration Clause? You Decide.
This article considers why the law governing an arbitration clause matters, looks at the English common law rules for determining the governing law of an arbitration clause and suggests some simple practical steps to avoid problems in practice.
2020 Vision: Updates to the LCIA Arbitration Rules
The LCIA has released an update to the LCIA Arbitration Rules. The new rules will apply to arbitrations commenced on or after 1 October 2020, unless parties have expressly agreed that an earlier version of the LCIA Rules should apply.